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Sou'wester 

Southwestern University 

Georgetown, Texas 

1967 

Chrissie Dickerson, Editor 







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Table of Contents 



Dedication 4 



Student Life 



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Personalities 



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Organizations 86 



Athletics.. 138 



Campus 
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Dedicated to Dean Martha Allen 



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. . . honorary member of the annual staff . . . active 
supporter and advisor of many campus organizations 
. . . delightful sense of humor . . . owner of a back- 
yard menagerie ... an unofficial Sneed girl . . . Dean 
of Women. 




While serving seven years as Dean and assistant profes- 
sor of history, Martha Allen has contributed much time 
and energy to her duties. She has also encouraged many 
of the progressive changes which have occurred in 
women's government during recent years. 

In appreciation of her contributions to the Southwestern 
University community, her warmth, and her sincerity, 
the 1967 Sou'wester is dedicated to Dean Allen. 




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Promises of a new look at Southwestern came true as students returned to campus for the fall semester. Four impressive 
additions to the campus map added new conveniences to student living. A circular University Commons, the Herman 
Brown and Moody-Shearn apartment-style men's residence halls, and the Cody Memorial Library addition gave the 
campus a new face that many students had been anticipating since the previous spring. 

The academic year at Southwestern also promised to be one of change. The fall term was divided into two semesters— 
the first ended before Christmas holidays and the second was a three week intensive study course in January, allow- 
ing a student to devote his time completely to one course. Two additional academic programs were initiated this year— 
the academic internship and the University Scholars program. The internship allowed students to relate their academic 
background to institutions in society, offering valuable experience for life after graduation. The Scholars program, start- 
ed this year, offered talented freshmen and sophomores experimental courses with plans for special research projects. 

Southwestern entered the year with a new face drawn by the lines of progress laying the ground work for coming years 
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Student Life 




The Beginning of a Changing Year 



The fall semester saw mellow autumn days colored by the yel- 
low-brown of trees and intense blue of the sky . . . an expanding 
university hoping to challenge the academic interest of its 
students . . . four new buildings — two men's dormitories (er, 
residence halls), a modern, circular Commons complete with 
board cards, more food, and longer serving hours, and an un- 
completed library which promised a fire place, many carrels, 



carpeted floors, and a wider book selection. Meanwhile stu- 
dents and professors prepared papers and lectures while cop- 
ing with the library situated in Mood Hall. The campus was 
involved in the changing pace of a growing university with 
more activities than ever squeezed into the shortened academic 
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Catalogue dreams became temporary realities as fresh- 
men arrived on campus eager to experience life as a col- 
lege student. A modified Orientation broadened the scope 
of the Summer Reading Program to include art, music, 
and the contemporary problems of the Negro. Registra- 
tion was initiated during the summer for new students and 
completed at school in the fall. To accommodate the new 
fifteen week semester, hour-long classes began at 7:50 
a.m. The campus took a first step into what the administra- 
tion promised would be a distinctive year dedicated to 
total involvement in academic pursuit. 





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Manifestations of Rush Week — 
happiness, security, sisterhood, 
brotherhood, and maybe a little 
disappointment. After the hectic 
schedule of the week, a higher per 
cent of the freshmen than ever be- 
fore chose to join the Greek sys- 
tem. When the confusion and un- 
certainty were over, new promisees 
were received at various points on 
campus. Most groups had a pic- 
nic afterwards, and the week was 
climaxed at the Panhellenic Dance. 





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While many university men resided in the new 
Herman Brown and Moody-Shearn halls, which 
were complete with court yards, balconies, and 
sky lights, plans were confirmed that Kurth and 
Laura Kuykendall halls would be air conditioned 
and the latter remodeled for returning female 
students. Mood Hall, no longer a men's dormi- 
tory, became office and class space for English 
professors and their students. 








Fraternity men continued to serenade the girls 
of Kurth and LK, and, in turn, fraternity row 
was roused one night by serenading Sneed girls. 





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To the continuing SU tradi- 
tions of SUB sitting and chapel 
attendance were added libra- 
ry book checkers and pink 
board cards. But, the library 
was quiet and comfortable and 
offered students and faculty 
private study areas, while the 
Commons, also air condi- 
tioned, boasted of its im- 
proved and expanded food 
service and its handsomely 
decorated banquet area up- 
stairs. 



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Kappa Alpha Derby Day offered enthusiastic sorority 
pledges several surprises. Besides the crab crawl, wheel 
barrow race, and baloon pop, pledges slung mud from 
a tub to find their sorority's disk, gulped pie mouthfuls 
at a time, and chased and tied a greased pig. The win- 
ning pledge class was Delta Zeta. 



The first performance sponsored by the Southwestern 
Artist Series was the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. Led 
by blind trumpeter De De Pierce, the musicians with their 
captive audience were completely involved in the music. 
Other attractions of the Artist Series, the Dallas Sym- 
phony Orchestra and the Turneau Opera Players in 
La Traviata, offered excellent cultural opportunities. 





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One of the most distinguished events of the year was 
the dedication of Southwestern's four new buildings: 
the circular University Commons, two men's residence 
halls, Herman Brown and Moody-Shearn, and the mas- 
sive addition to the Cody Memorial Library. 

Among the dignitaries present were Governor John 
Connally who delivered the convocation address, stress- 
ing the value of private education; John D. Wheeler, 
former chairman of the Board of Trustees, who presented 
the Commons to the school; George R. Brown, president 
of the Brown Foundation, who presented Herman Brown 
Hall and the Cody Memorial Library addition; and Mrs. 
Mary Moody Northern, representing the Moody Founda- 
tion, who presented Moody-Shearn Hall to the Uni- 
versity. 

The rare book room of the library addition was officially 
opened with Mrs. Charles N. Prothro's exhibit, The Bible, 
Keystone of Culture. This room houses the Brown col- 
lection, the Clark Texana, an extensive Wesleyana and 
original writings of the early history of the Methodist 
Church in Texas. 

The highlight of the day for many was Connally's 
address, which he concluded by stating, "Whatever 
progress we are able to make, the private college must 
contribute to as an integral part of the total higher 
education system." 





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Homecoming, 1 966 



The first Fall Homecoming in several years proved to be very suc- 
cessful. Dean- John Richards of the School of Fine Arts was honored 
as Mr. Homecoming on the twentieth anniversary of his coming to 
Southwestern as the director of the A'Cappella Choir. Members of 
previous choirs had a reunion of their own, and a special program 
by this year's choir was presented for their entertainment. 

Various organizations, particularly the Greeks, were busy several 
weeks in advance building floats for the special parade and booths 
for the carnival that evening. Janet Bauman was crowned Home- 
coming Queen to preside over the festivities. Other nominees were 
Hanna Hannan, Gretchen Morgan, Judy Chadwick, Kay Purdy, Judy 
Lorton, Grace Evans, and June Pearson. 





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Southwestern played host to a number of people who offered something special 
to the campus. Mrs. Sally Gee Pettus, a 1926 graduate of SU exhibited a collection 
of about thirty of her paintings, which express a mood characteristic of Texas. 
Dr. Lloyd J. Averill, the Willson lecturer, gave a series of five lectures to the 
University and also met informally with students. Speaking on the "Aspects of Man", 
Averill discussed man's refusal to be human and his use of freedom. The flying saucer 
expert, James Moseley, spoke to an interested but skeptical audience on his beliefs 
and knowledge of outer space. The Slover lecturer, Dr. Niels C. Nielsen, Jr., com- 
mented on the subject of "Advent in the Secular City". Rod MacLeish, TV com- 
mentator and foreign correspondent, lectured on the political implications of recent 
national and local elections. At the question and answer period following, MacLeish 
answered queries concerning events occurring all over the world, and well demonstrated 
his amazing knowledge of international moods and events. Dr. Douglas Hooker co- 
authored the book, The Psychology of the Emerging Self, which is to be used as a 
text for courses in mental health and psychological adjustment. 









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Tartuffe 



John Murrell, Tartuffe 
Kathi Donahue, Elmire 



The Mask and Wig Players presented four memorable productions 
for the 1966-1967 season. "Tartuffe" by Moliere was presented in 
the round, and its satirical humor was well brought out by John 
Murrell, Jay Rust, and Kathi Donahue. The controversial "Marat/Sade" 
presented a challenge to the cast and the audience while it played 
to a near full house of invited guests and season ticket holders. In 
leading roles were John Mansfield, Cheryl Home, and Joe McCorkle. 
"Hippolytus" offered the campus a rare opportunity to see Greek 
tragedy. Costumes, scenery, and makeup added to the effective- 
ness of the production. The delightful "Teahouse of the August Moon" 
was the final play of the year. Leading roles in the play were held 
by John Hamilton as Sakini, John Mansfield as the amusing Colonel 
Purdy, and Bryan Heck as Captain Fisby. 



Joyce Wileman, Mariane 
Glenn Paysse, Valere 



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The Persecution and Assassination oi 
Jean-Paul Marat as performed by the 
Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton 
Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade 



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John Murrell, Hippolytus 
John Mansfield, King Theseus 




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Southwestern's basketball team captured second place in a hotly contested race 
for the Big State Conference championship. The Pirates finished their season with 
a home game against St. Mary's, who came out on top of the league. If the Bucs 
had won the bout with St. Mary's, they would have tied for first place and the top 
spot would have been decided in a sudden death play-off. No longer the door-mat 
of their conference, though, the team boasted a 13-8 record for the season, and 
had second place firmly in their grasp before the last decisive game. 

Placing three men on the All-Conference teams, the Pirates were well deserving of 
the support they received-they even filled the gym on a Saturday night! The steps 
forward can be attributed to increased team and school spirit, hard work, expanding 
recruitment services, and the coaching of Bill Merritt. 



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As Christmas approached, exams did also, but the 
holiday spirit missed no one. Open house was held in 
all the dorms, giving some a good reason for seasonal 
decorations. The Union sponsored the traditional tree 
trim, and the band entertained with holiday music. 




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Christmas traditions were kept 
alive even though dead week and 
final exams preceded the holiday. 
The Messiah was excellently pre- 
sented by the A'Cappella Choir, 
and the Commons served its spe- 
cial Christmas dinner before the 
beautiful candle-lighting and carol 
service. As students left the cam- 
pus for the Christmas holidays, 
their exams were over and they 
could look forward to two weeks 
of leisure ■ before returning to 
school for the new January term. 



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The three week semester in January was a unique academic 
experience for many. Science majors could spend the entire day 
in the lab; fine arts students were also able to devote their 
time completely to their major field. A skiing trip to Vail, 
Colorado offered PT credit, and advanced chemistry students 
traveled south to visit industrial chemical plants. Intense studying 
was required in many courses; some students spent more time 



with their books than ever before. 

Southwestern had her snow fall early in the spring semester, 
calling students out to the golf course slope to slide with Com- 
mons' trays. Also occupied were the park, the boodies, and 
the chairs in front of the Union fire place. 





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Photography Division 

First Place, Color Slides 

"Barbara" 

Van Phillips 



EXPRESSION-I, Southwestern's first campus-sponsored 
contest with prizes for creativity in literature, journalism, 
and photography, was sponsored by the local chapter of 
Pi Delta Epsilon, Southwestern Magazine, The Megaphone, 
and The Sou'wester. 

All students enrolled at Southwestern were eligible to en- 
ter any work that was entirely their own. Winners were 
selected and awarded prizes in the areas of literature with 
the divisions of short story, poetry, and essay, journalism 
with divisions of news stories, features, and editorials, 
and photography whose divisions were photographic es- 
say, black and white prints, and color slides. Judges in- 
cluded prominent professionals and professors in the 
three fields. Among the ten judges were Leon Hale, 
Houston Post columnist; Dr. Thomas B. Whitbread, Uni- 
versity of Texas professor of English; Miss Eloise Roach, 
member of the Austin Poetry Society, and chairman of 
the board of Poetry House; Russell Lee, well-known 
photographer and University of Texas lecturer in art; Dr. 



Norris Davis, chairman of the University of Texas De- 
partment of Journalism; and Delbert McGuire, director 
of the Department of Journalism, Texas A&M University. 

The prizes for the winners of EXPRESSION-I included 
subscriptions to Playboy, The Atlantic, Harper's, Saturday 
Review, New Republic (donated by the publishers); E. B. 
White's book, The Points of My Compass, (donated by 
The New Yorker); subscriptions to The National Observer 
(donated by the Texas Association of Sigma Delta Chi); 
and $5.00 gift certificates from Hemphill's Book Stores 
and Gus's Drug Store. 

On this page is printed the first place winner in the color 
slide division. Submitted by Van Phillips, the entry is en- 
titled "Barbara". Winners in the other photography divi- 
sions are printed on following pages. Literary and jour- 
nalism winners may be found in the May issue of South- 
western Magazine. 



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Second Place, 
Color Slides 
Virginia Peterson 




Honorable Mention, 
Color Slides 
Ed Blelcer 




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Second Place, 
Black and White 
Jim Blakewell 



Third Place, Color Slides 
Van Phillips 



Third Place, Black and White 
Joan Bray 






First Place, Black and White 

Our photography judge, Russell Lee, is a member of the 
University of Texas Art Department and is currently 
teaching experimental courses in photography as an aid 
to painting, sculpture, and other art forms. 

Lee graduated from Lehigh University as a chemical 
engineer. After his marriage to an artist, he became 
interested in painting, quit his industrial work, and 
studied painting at the California School of Fine Arts, 
Art Students League of NYC, and with John Sloan. 

Acquiring a Contax camera in 1936, Lee began using 



Jim Blalcewell 

photography to help with his drawing. He soon joined 
the photography staff of the Resettlement Administration 
(Farm Security Administration) and in 1942 photographed 
for the Office of War Information. During the war he 
was commissioned to do special aerial photography. 

His Retrospective Exhibition opened at the University of 
Texas Art Museum in 1965, was later sent to the Wifte 
Museum in San Antonio, and was exhibited at Smithsonian 
Institute, Washington, D.C. 




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Spring . . . afternoons and nights at the 
boodies ... a library with Sunday hours . . . 
rides in a yellow jeep painted with apricot 
daisies . . . picnics at the park . . . afternoons 
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Union sponsored events offered students a variety of entertainment 
and activities. The Model United Nations involved over one hun- 
dred students in current international affairs. Appearing at the 
meetings were representatives ranging from the Vatican City to 
Red China to demonstrators for peace in Viet Nam. 

A campus talent show, informal seasonal dances, and a delightful 
return performance by Lu Mitchell were a few of the highlights 
of Union planned events. 





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The honors assembly, held early in May, is a time of recognition 
for people who have contributed to the University or who have 
been selected for a special honor. Mr. Charles DeShong was 
announced as having been voted favorite professor in an all- 
school election. The William H. Atwell Student Citizen Award 
was presented to Bill Germer. Diane Steinert received the Delta 
Delta Delta local scholarship award from Lucy Burton. Dean 
John Richards presented Susan Mims with the Mary Lynn Webb 
Starnes Music Award. The dedication of the SOU'WESTER 
was made to Dean of Women Martha Allen. 







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Graduation Day brought one of Southwestern's largest com- circuit television system was hooked up in the Union for guests, 
mencement services in recent years with 151 seniors receiving . . , , , , J 
deqrees Bishop W Angle Smith of Oklahoma, returning to With thoughts of the future, Seniors looked ahead and would 
his alma mater, delivered the convocation address. Because of soon experience the same successes, failures, challenges, re- 
nted number of seats available in the chapel, a closed sponsibilities, and changes that occurred at Southwestern. 




Personalities 




Miss Southwestern 
Betty Hardt 




The highest honor that a woman 
can receive while attending South- 
western is the title of Miss South- 
western. Nominees are selected 
by the Student Life Committee 
and are voted on by the student 
body. Criteria for this honor are 
character, leadership, attitude to- 
ward the school, and scholarship. 

Betty Hardt, a Latin and 'English 
major from Beaumont was this 
year's recipient. Other nominees 
were Joan Bray, an English major 
from Dallas; Libby Cowen, an 
elementary education major from 
Midland, Louisiana; Susan Mims, 
from San Antonio with a major in 
Piano; and Donna Reid, an English 
major from Huntsville. 



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Susan Mims, Joan Bray, Libby Cowen, Donna Reid 



Miss Southwestern Nominees 



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Who's Who Among Students in 





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Richard Fleming 



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Bill Germer 



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Mary Aubra Shirley 



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Skip Leffler 



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Donna Reid 



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Louise Retzlaff 
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Nominees 



Independent Association 



Susan Manning 
Beth Carter 
Gana Geldmeier 
Gretchen Morgan 




Kay Crossley 
Janice Miller 
Julie Huggins 
Barbara Riley Neel 



Organizations 




Senate 



front row: 

Joe Aranki 
Linda Roediger 
Libby Cowen 
Ronnie Croom 

middle row: 
Donna Reid 
Sudie Lewis 
Deanne Deaton 

back row: 

Jerry Hallman 
Janet Bauman 
Luke Lucas 





front row: 

Jan Whigham 

Emily Perry 

Jan Miller 

Amp Miller 
middle row: 

Bruce Hay 

Ronnie Sandberg 

Andy McMullen 
back row: 

E. C. True (advisor) 

Ronnie Hale 

Donnie Underwood 




Jakie Schrum, vice-president; 

Skip Leffler, president; Fara Snow, secretary; 

Hank Price, treasurer (not pictured) 



Senate Officers 



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Honor Council 



front row: John Ozmun, Susan Brown, Bill Germer (chairman), Pat Riley, Jerry Hallman 
back row: Lucy Burton, Lynn Pizzitola, Joan Bray, Charles Millikan, Sherry Brown, Jim Clarke 





seated: Carolyn McConnell, Nancy Pope, Liz Lee 

middle row: Sudie Lewis, Susan McCook 

back row: Bill Germer, Barry Browne (president), Dr. Norman Spell mann (advisor) Jay Rust, Kenneth Peters, Shirley Ballard 




Sara Cupp, Jim Colley, Laura Cayton, Phil Lindsay, Judy Mayfield, Betty Hardt, Richard Fleming, Becky Brown 
not pictured: Gana Geldmeier, Jan Lott, John Murrell, Lillian Nicholson, Barbara Ward, George Warner 



Alpha Chi 

National scholarship society 



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seated: Skip Leffler, John McMullen 

standing: Barry Browne, Mike Stephens, John Ozmun, Charles Millikan, Bill Bulay, Ronnie Hale 

not pictured: Ronnie Cookston, Bill Germer, Jerry Hallman 




Blue Key 

Men's honorary fraternity 




seated: Mrs. Lucile Loventhal, Mrs. Elizabeth Beaver, Gana Geldmeier, Linda Cooper, Carla Elliott, Delryn Cookston, Paulette 

Luther 

standing: Deanne Deaton, Janet Bauman, Pat Riley, Sandra Starke, Dean Martha Allen (advisor), Chrissie Dickerson 



front row: 

Mary Aubra Shirley 

Joan Bray (president) 
second row: 

Judy Mayfield 

Betty Hardt 
third row: 

Donna Reid 

Dianne McKimmey 

Louise Retzlaff 
back row: 

Nancy Pope 

Susan McCook 

June Pearson 

Carol Cockrell 




Cardinal Key 

Women's honorary fraternity 



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Delta Omicron 

National music fraternity 



front row: Drusilla Huffmaster (advisor), Patsy Williams, Carol Shipp, Leana Jones, Kay Doughty, Anita Tate, Patti Sumner, 

Carol Beth Choate, Susan Mims, Virginia Peterson 

back row: Susan Youens, Laura Cayton (president), Laura Youens, Shirley Yackel 





front row: Terry Sherman, Terry Furgiuele, Chrissie Dickerson, Jody Adamson 

second row: Liz Lee, Ronnie Sandberg, Paulette Luther 

third row: Dr. Robert Soulen (advisor), Bill Magee, Philip Wang, Amelia Alie 

back row: Gary Bird, Wym Van Wyk, Fleming Crim, Jerry Hallman, Jay Atkinson, Dr. Eb Girvin 

Southwestern Science Society 



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Susan McCook, Gayle Daniel, Joan Bray, Dianne McKimmey, Chrissie Dickerson, Donna Reid 
not pictured: Charles Jordan 




Sara Cupp Leland McCleary 

(president) 

Pi Delta Epsilon 

96 National Journalism fraternity 



John Fields 



Barry Browne 



Charlotte 
Hancock 




front row: George Lindsey, Gail Jerrells, Joe Aranki, Cindy Galbreath, John Mansfield, Barbara Neel, Jon Thrasher, Robert 

Schmidt 

standing: Dr. Angus Springer (advisor), Joe McCorkle, Glen Paysse, John Murrell, Joyce Wileman, Rick Bates, Jerry Neel, 

Francine Furlow, Van Phillips 

seated: Cheryl Home, John Hamilton 

not pictured: Shirley Ballard, Gana Geldmeier, Bob Haas 




Pi Epsilon Delta 

National collegiate players 



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front row: Dr. Ludwig Merzbach, Pat Scott, Courtney Booth, Dr. Fred Gaupp, Jesse Tumlinson, Dr. Frank Luksa, David Fagan 
middle row: Mrs. Barbara Gibbs, Jane Ann Wendt, Georgia Malone, Linda Shult, Jerry Hallman (president), Dennis Schnaufer 
back row: Jan Mclntyre, Jim Connell, John Ozmun, John Stover, Bill Losak 
not pictured: John Britt, Barry Browne, Charles Jordan, Lillian Nicholson, Hank Price, David Tutt 



Pi Gamma Mu 

National social science honor society 



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A Cappella Choir 



front row: Shirley Yackel, Paul Witt, Linda Roediger, Robert Pryor, Patti Sumner, Gana Geldmeier, Keith Kellow, Jonathell Williams, 

John Gamble, Virginia Peterson, Karen Cambell 

second row: Jan Whigham, Jack Barbee, Lisa Gumbert, Steve Wenger, Gretchen Morgan, John Bertschler, Sara Cupp, Doty Davis', 

Jim McConnell 

third row: Charles Tipton, Betsy Hearn, Cort Matthews, Judy Franze, Richard Bost, Marcy Fischer, David Grimes, Holman Massey 

fourth row: Kay Doughty, Jay Stovall, Linda Shult, Rick Bates, Beverly McCall, Don Nobles, Susan Tipton, Ralph Holm, Rosemary 

Meek, Ruth Ann Lowry, Jakie Schrum, Grady Roe 




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Concert Band 



Trombone 


French Horn 


Mark McKenzie 


Sara Cupp 


Leland McCleary 


Susan English 


Judd Graves 


F. G. Breckenridge 


Edward Rounsaville 


Delia Mays 


John Clifford 


Baritone 


Tuba 


Paul Witt 


Ralph Holm 


Charles De Shong 


String Bass 


Flute 


Ernest Clark 


Paulette Luther 




Susan Mims 


Percussion 


Richard Luderus 


Bill Germer 




Randall James 


Clarinet 


Karen Smith 


Sterling Neblett 


Patti Sumner 


Pat Riley 




George Jansen 


Alto Saxophone 


Nancy Munson Harlan 


Karen King 


Editha Hunter 


Jim Record 


Glenda Fikes 


Susan Tipton 


Lynne Griffin 


Joe Davidson 






Alto Clarinet 


Tenor Saxophone 


Jonathell Williams 


Kim Furstenwerth 




Baritone Saxophone 


Bass Clarinet 


Robert Spradlin 


Thomas Luke 


Trumpet 


Oboe 


Roy Nicholson 


Charles Tipton 


Cort Matthews 




Bryan Hope 


Bassoon 


Robert Kiernan 


Donald Nobles 


Kenneth Johnson 


Helen Anderson 



George Nelson, Conductor 




Gerald Touslee, Conductor 



Southwestern 
Sinfonietta 



First Violins 

Thomas Douglass, 

faculty 
Joseph Barta, 

guest 
Carmen Tullock, 

guest 

Second Violins 

Doris Penick 
Thalia Jones, 

guest 
George Jansen 

Violas 

Anita Tate 
Helen Bloomer, 
guest 

Cellos 

Lois Jean Forswall, 

guest 
Dallas Edwin Heenan, 

faculty 

String Bass 

Ernest Clark 

Flutes 

Paulette Luther 
Susan Mims 

Oboes 

Charles Tipton 
Jeff Campbell, 
faculty 



Karen Campbell, 
(not pictured) 

Clarinets 

Sterling Neblett 
Pat Riley 
Lynne Griffin 

Bassoons 

Donald Nobles 
Helen Anderson 

Trumpets 

Rodney Klett, 

guest 
Cort Matthews 

French Horns 

Sara Cupp 
Susan English 
Delia Mays 

Trombones 

Mark McKenzie 
Charles De Shong, 

faculty 
Leland McCleary 

Timpani 

Bill Germer 

Percussion 

Patti Sumner 

Harpsichord 

Susan Youens 




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MEGA PHONE 



clockwise: Charles Neuffer (editor), Dennis Schnaufer, Mandy Weaver, Larry Lee 







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clockwise: Leland McCleary (editor), Sara Beth Cupp, John Murrell, Ann Fowler, Sue Ellis Dyar, Nicholas 
Teele, Sandy Roland, Paulette Luther 
not pictured: Shirley Ballard 



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standing: Dr. Wendell Osborn, Dean Martha Allen, Jerry Hallman, Dean John Berglund, Dean William Swift, John Stone, Fleming Crim 
seated: Kirkie Kuykendall, Deanne Deaton, Betty Hardt, Olwen Broderick, Mrs. Kay Emond 



Union Governing Board 



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Union Directorate 



Delegation to the Region XII Convention where 
Ronnie Hale was elected First Vice-Chairman. 

seated: Diane Greer, Janet Summers, Janice Miller, Betty Hardt (president), Sayle Daniel, Judy Chadwick 

standing: Ronnie Hale, Jerry Prothro, Pat Riley, Carla Elliott, Deanne Deaton, Mrs. Kay Emond, Charlotte Hancock, John Stone 

Olwen Broderick, Fleming Crim, Kirk Kuykendall 




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Mask and Wig Board of Directors 




front row: John Murrell, George Lindsey, Joe McCorkle (president), Barbara Neel, Cindy Galbreath 
back row: John Mansfield, Cheryl Home, Rick Bates 



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front row: Judy Cole (spring president), Martha Loftin (fall president), Pam Hays 

middle row: Carolyn Cochran, Mary Ann Quillian, Tommie Lynn Lucas, Janet Bauman 

back row: Kay Crossley, Kathy Alger, Jan Whigham, Jo Flint (advisor), Johnana Thames, Linda Cooper, Ronni Rathert 

Women's Recreational Association Council 






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Associated Women Students 

front row: Sandra Starke, Pat McGuire 

middle row: Libby Cowen, Carol Cockrell, Dee Crow, Carla Elliott, Judy Seargeant, Ann Tillotson 

back row: Jan Mclntyre, Diane Steinert, Dean Martha Allen (advisor), Sherry Brown (president), Nancy Pope, Charlotte Hancock 



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Sneed House Council 

clockwise: Betty Hardt, Barbara La Quey, Ann Tillotson, Mary Patt Moffitt, Libby Cowen (president), 
Sheila Stewart, Grace Evans, Ronni Rathert 



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Kurth House Council 



front row: Jo Anne Horeczy, Mary Underwood, Kay Crossley, Jan Mclntyre (president) 
second row: Nancy Pope, Mary Ann Quillian, Janet Summers, Olwen Brodericlc 





Laura Kuykendall House Council 

back row: Diane Steinert (president), Julie Spring, Judy Kurth, Sandy Cole, Doty Davis 
middle: Gail Carter, Darrah Meley, Barbara Hagman, Ruth Ann Lowry, Anne Maroneey 
seated: Mary Helen Bengel, Greer Lamberson, Beth Reeves, Evelyn Boone 



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Panhellenic 



front row: Courtney Booth, Betty Hardt, Judy Gilzean . 

back row: Janet Roseman (fall president), Ann Bradford, Cindy Ayres, Maetha Pierce, Dean Martha Allen (advisor), Judy Lorton 

(spring president), Lana Johnson 

not pictured: Joan Bray 



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Men's Interfraternity Council 

■front row: Ken Klaveness, Billy Pollard (spring president), John Swannack, Ronnie Sandberg, Bill Magee, Tim Hayden (fall president), 

John Ozmun, Doug Kenny 

second row: Jerry Prothro, Mike McDougal, Steve Clark, George Behrens 

back row: Marc Raney, Robert Chancellor, George Morrison, Tom Shook 




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Ruter House Council 



seated: Lamar Hankins 

standing: Charles Jordan, Larry Lee, Mike Jones, John Stover 



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Herman Brown, Moody-Shearn House Counci 

seated: Fred Winslow, Amp Miller, Buddy Zeagler, Harry Blaylock 

standing: Phil Lindsay, Bob Grayson, John Curry, Wym Van Wyk, Ed Cearley, Bill Hardt (president) 




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Independent Sweetheart 
Judy Seargeant 



Independent 

Association 

Officers 



front row; 

Judy Seargeant (women's 
president) 
Patsy Williams 
Patti Bina 
Lillian Nicholson 
Suzie Doyle 
back row: 
Ron Cantwell 
Randall James 
Holman Massey 
Ron Bearden (president) 



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Men's Residence Hall Counselors 

front row: Bill Bulay, Jakie Schrum, Bill Germer, John Stover 

back row: Robin McConathy, Dennis Schnaufer, Charles Millikan, Jerry Hallman, Bill Bennett, Ronnie Croom 



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front row: Judy Lorton, Judy Gilzean, Janet Summers, Dianne Stauffer 

back row: Linda Zerr, Mary Montgomery, Linda Roediger (president), Judy Bowyer 



National Education Association Officers 



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Everybody has a place, a purpose — a way to 
find himself — especially at Southwestern. Some 
discover it leading; others, following, partici- 
pating. 

Many organizations accepted the challenge of 
defining their purpose in campus life. As they 
did, changes occurred. The Senate acted: the 
library opened; the SCA died; the MEGA- 
PHONE looked beyond the campus to con- 
troversy. 



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Mary Aubra Shirley 

Fall President 




Mary Underwood 

Spring President 



Alpha 

Delta 

Pi 



Kathy Alger 
Carolyn Baer 
Sharon Barr 



Courtney Booth 
Ann Brannon 
Joan Bray 



Becky Brown 
Susan Brown 
Karen Campbe 



Betty Garvin 
Diane Greer 
Sandy Hale 
Sharon Hamric 



Terry Ann Hewell 
Carolyn Hooper 
Janell Hutchison 
Barbara Kelly 




Zala Cox 
Eileen Custer 
Beverly Emmerson 



Judy Franze 
Dianne Frazer 
Margo Gard 



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Pat Kidson 
Karen Kollatschny 
Barbara La Quey 
Greer Lamberson 
Betty Jo Lett 



Susan Lewis 
Jo Lynn Love 
Tommie Lynn Lucas 
Carolyn McConnell 
Susan McCook 



Margy McGonagil 
Jan Mclntyre 
Rosemary Meek 
Kathy Meyer 
Jane Michael 




Jan Miller 
Nancy Naegelin 
Nancy Nichols 
Jayne Paty 
June Pearson 



Pam Peavy 
Marcene Perry 
Virginia Peterson 
Frances Poulson 
Harriet Rea 



Donna Reid 
Linda Roediger 
Paula Rose 
Pam Rozelle 
Pat Scott 
Fara Snow 



Sandra Starke 
Dianne Stauffer 
Mary Ann Tate 
Florra Thomas 
Leslie Wallis 
Jonathell Williams 



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Dee Crow 

Fall President 




Pat Riley 

Spring President 



Delta 
Delta 
Delta 



Jeanie Allen 
Cindy Ayres 
Jane Baker 



Elaine Barnes 
Janet Bauman 
Jan Beinke 



Claudia Brewer 
Lucy Burton 
Brenda Butler 



Sarah Cashin 
Judy Chadwick 
Carol Cockrell 



Libby Cowen 
Nelda Day 
Lynne Griffin 



Tanis Gutowsky 
Pam Hall 
Hanna Hannan 



Amanda Haralson 
Betsy Hearn 
Linda Holcomb 




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Jo Anne Horeczy 
Martha Irvin 
Leana Jones 
Pat Keyes 
Kay Kirby 



Judi Kurth 
Marion Langdon 
Sharon Leonard 
Becky Lindsay 
Delia Mays 



Susan Mc Canne 
Patti Mc Gouirlc 
Susan Mims 
Madelon Mitchell 
Mary Montgomery 



Melissa Northern 
Emily Perry 
Maetha Pierce 
Lindy Pool 
Beth Reeves 



Julie Spring 
Susan Stone 
Theresa Stridde 
Susan Tipton 
Sarah Walthall 



Amanda Weaver 
Jane Ann Wendt 
Jan Whigham 
Joyce Wileman 



Janet Wilkinson 
Gretchen Williams 
Pam Williams 
Jane Woodman 



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Pat McGuire 

Fall President 




Linda Cooper 

Spring President 



Delta 
Zeta 



Linda Arnold 
Judy Bowyer 
Ann Bradford 



Marilyn Burke 
Barbara Byard 
Mary Callaway 



Karen Campbell 
Marlene Carr 
Elaine Cassidy 



Clair Cobb 
Carolyn Cochran 
Judy Cole 



Sandi Cole 
Becky Dorsett 
Carol Dowling 



Judy Duce 
Mary Dunkin 
Grace Evans 



Marcy Fischer 
Barbara Hagman 
Betsy Hall 
Betsy Hansberry 




124 




Noelle Harlow 
Nancy Harris 
Temple Harris 
Pam Hays 



Kay Holmes 
Sue January 
Lana Johnson 
Leslie Lepar 



Martha Loftin 
Max Malone 
Suzie May 
Connie Milligan 



Katie McQuerry 
Beverly Palmer 
Nancy Pope 
Rhonwyn Rathert 



Louise Retzlaff 
Pat Renfro 
Carol Shipp 
Susan Smith 



Janet Summers 
Patti Sumner 
Pluma Talton 
Cynthia Thomas 



Marion Walshe 
Brenda Whitsitt 
Dana Wilson 
Alice Withrow 



125 




Charlotte Hancock 

Fall President 




Linda Shult 

Spring President 



Phi Mu 



Helen Andes 
Marie Atlee 



Gayle Blake 
Harriet Britt 



Bonnie Brunson 
Bonnie Buroker 



Peggy Campbell 
Beverley Clark 



Nancy Dobkins 
Cynthia Forcha 



Cherryl Fulton 
Mary Ann Gibson 



Judy Gilzean 
Mary Hintgen 
















126 




Editha Hunter 
Gail Jerrells 
Kathy Johnson 
Molly Johnson 



Gail Kaiser 
Karen Kalinowsky 
Mary Kern 
Patty LaColce 



Betty Lindner 
Beverly McCall 
Janis McDermott 
Cynthia Millichamp 



Patricia Morgan 
Meg Murrell 
Toni Nelson 
Lydia Ovitz 



Linda Jo Powell 
Mary Ann Quillian 
Sandy Roland 
Janet Roseman 



Margaret Seymour 
Susie Shelton 
Karen Smith 
Mary Standifer 



Shirley Stembridge 
Bronwen Webb 
Karen Wilkie 
Gay Zaumeyer 



127 




Judy Mayfield 

Fall President 




Carla Elliott 

Spring President 



Zeta Tau 
Alpha 



Lynn Aycock 
Ann Brazziel 
Olwen Broderick 



Carol Cannon 
Ann Cater 
Kay Crossley 



Deanne Deaton 
Debbie Durrett 
Sue Elliott 



Frances Ericson 
Kathy Ferguson 
Sharon Ferguson 



Glenda Fikes 
Francine Furlow 
Nancy Gentry 



Lisa Gumbert 
Betty Hardt 
Judy Hartzog 



Sherri Haygood 
Cecille Haynie 
Deanna Holm 




128 



Julie Huggins 
Judy Lorton 
Donna Lunsford 




Elise Mc Cree 
Dianne McKimmey 
Barbara Mallone 
Janice Miller 



Mary Patt Moffitt 
Carol Moody 
Kass Moran 
Barbara Neel 



Karen O'Neal 
Mary Osborne 
Lin Pearce 
Patti Procter 



Kay Purdy 
Laura Rogers 
Jan Sullivan 
Ellen Swift 



Jan Tankersley 
Margaret Vance 
Jan Westervelt 
Suzanne Widdecke 



Rosemarie Williams 
Shirley Yackel 
Laura Youens 
Susan Youens 



129 




Tony Algarbe 
Jay Atkinson 
Jack Barbee 
Grady Baskin 



John Ozmun 

Fall President 




George Behrens 
Ed Berry 
Sam Bertron 
Floyd Betts 



Steve Davis 

Spring President 



Kappa Alpha 




Jim Blakewell 
Harry Blaylock 
Luis Bustamante 




Chris Cahill 
Steve Clark 
Jim Croley 



Parker Davis 
Mike Douglas 
Alan Drake 



Bill Fogle 
Roy Fuller 
Jeff Gilbreath 



Bill Gilker 
Bob Grayson 
Lamoine Ha 



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Kappa Alpha Rose 
Elaine Barnes 




Bill Hardt 
John Harris 
David Heatley 
Bryan Heck 
Joe Hineman 
Benjamin Hock 



Ralph Holm 
Bill Huffhines 
Clyde Jones 
John Robert Keller 
Douglas Kenny 
Kirk Kuykendall 



Giq Lanqston 
Phil Lindsay 
Robert Lindsey 
David Love 
Eddie Lucas 
Mark McKenzie 



John Mansfield 
Jay Mead 
Archie Milam 
Robbie Miller 
Scott Miller 
Charles Millikan 



Bill Olbrich 
Skipper Paisley 
Robert Pryor 
Don Sampley 
Everett Schrum 
Jakie Schrum 



Rex Shepperd 
Roy Shepperd 
Angie Smith 
Owen Stokes 
Gene Terry 
Larry Thomas 



Dewayne Varnadore 
Edward Ware 
Phil Warlick 
Rick Williams 
Billy Tom Williamson 
Mrs. Williams 



131 




Tim Hayden 

Fall President 



Mike McDougal 

Spring President 



Kappa Sigma 




Robert M. Barton 
Richard Bauguess 



Tom Beck 
Ronald Bell 



John Britt 
Robert Cox 



Stephen Crabb 
Harry Crenshaw 



Jerome Davis 
Roy Garrison 




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Kappa Sigma Dream Girl 
Beth Carter 




Phil Watkins 
Steve Wenger 
Mrs. Gillett 



Fred Goode 
Chet Gutowsky 
John Hamilton 
Carlton Hargett 
Ken Huddleston 



Gary Joyce 
Robert Kiernan 
Russ Longmire 
Jeff Love 
Harvel Loveless 



Thomas Madsen 
Spencer Marrow 
John Mastin 
Joseph McCorkle 
Doug McGinnis 



George Morrison 
Jerry Neel 
Phil Peterson 
Van Phillips 
Hank Price 



Terry Richard 
Garry Shelton 
Thomas Shook 
Thomas Slack 
Jon Thrasher 



133 




Robert Chancellor 

Fall President 




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Billy Pollard 

Spring President 



Phi 

Delta 

Theta 



Richard Edwards 
David Fagan 
Richard Fleming 
Dennis Friedel 



George Allison 
John Ashby 
Ray Ayers 



Jackson Biggers 
Gary Bird 
Louis Braden 



James Bradford 
Tony Briggs 
John Callaway 



Ed Cearley 
James Clarke 
Rick Cobb 



Jim Connell 
Jim Denham 
Earl Dodgion 



Rand Fuller 
Scott Fuller 
Bill Germer 
Charles Greenwood 



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Fred Griffin 
John Hartig 
Bill House 
Phil Hughes 



Tom Jeter 
John Johnson 
Coy Keene 
Bryson Knowles 



Howard Knowles 
John Lawrence 
George Lindsey 
Andy Lowery 




Luke Lucas 
Barry McBurnett 
Martin McCall 
Steve McClain 
Thomas McDougall 



Bill Magee 
Gary Manford 
A. W. Miller 
David Park 
Jack Ramsey 



Marc Raney 
Bill Rawlings 
Ed Reynolds 
John Stover 
Ed Summers 




Jim Wagner 
Cornel Walker 
Marc Wichman 
Buddy Zeagler 
Mrs. Cornelia Wuest 



135 




Ronnie Hale 

Fall President 



John Swannack 

Spring President 



Pi Kappa 
Alpha 




136 



Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl 
Janice Miller 



Jeff Britton 
Barry Browne 
Bill Bulay 





Larry Burton 
Les Crane 
Fleming Crim 



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Ronnie Croom 
John Curry 
Joe Davidson 



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Bill Dodge 
Ronald Draeger 



Ron Driggers 
Bob Dupuy 



John Fields 
Terry Furgiuele 



Kim Furstenwer+h 
Bruce Hay 








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Rick Horsey 
Ken Johnson 
Mike Jones 
Leighton Kelly 
Bob Kessler 
Bill Kessler 



Ken Klaveness 
Skip Leffler 
Billy Lockett 
Richard Loudon 
Andy McMullen 
John McMullen 



Floyd McSpadden 
Kerry Madsen 
Bob Mann 
Bryan Miller 
Butch Moomaw 
Richard Pinger 



Lynn Pizzitola 
Wallace Pou 
Wayne Price 
Jerry Prothro 
John Raish 
Dan Rea 



Wilson Revis 
Ronnie Sandberg 
Bernie Scharbius 
Curt Schiller 
Dennis Schnaufer 
John Seale 



Bob Snider 
Chuck Spiker 
Gary Spring 
Mike Stephens 
Jay Stovall 
James Swift 



Kearby Swofford 
Charles Tipton 
Ronnie Underwood 
David Wallace 
Fred Winslow 
Paul Witt 



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Athletics 





Bryan Heck 



Donna Lunsford 



John Lawrence 



Coy Keene 



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Varsity Basketball 
Team 

The Pirate basketball team had an outstanding season, 
boasting second place in the 'Big State Conference. The 
title game was played with St. Mary's, which the team 
lost by a close margin. Coached by Bill Merritt, the Pirates 
won all their home games except for two. Their victories 
were over Bergstrom AFB, Texas Lutheran, Texas A & I, 
Texas Wesleyan, East Texas Baptist, Houston Baptist, Uni- 
versity of St. Thomas, and St. Edward's. Their losses were 
set-backs by Howard Payne, Trinity, St. Edward's, St. Mary's, 
Texas A & I, East Texas Baptist, and Ft. Sam Houston. 

According to statistics sheets rating NAIA colleges, the 
Pirates were ranked 16th in team defense. This was the 
only Big State representative among the defense units. 
The Pirates became genuine contenders for first place this 
year after several winless seasons. 




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Bill Losalc 



Rey Calderon 



Rankin Koch 





Brian Schroeder 



Bill Borellis 



Davis Blanton 

All-Conference 
First Team 




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Steve Jacoby 



Dave Denny 



Danny Bosley 

All-Conference 
Honorable Mention 



Luke Lucas 

All-Conference 
Second Team 





front row: Rick Horsey, Davis Blanton, Kearby Swofford 

back row: Barry McBurnett, Jay Stovali, Harry Barthlow, Luke Lucas 

not pictured: David Detweiler, Bill Fling, Roy Shepperd, Clarence Wuthrich 



Varsity Track Team 

Southwestern's track team completed a successful season by capturing second 
place in the Big State Conference Track Meet in the spring. Coached by 
Bill Merritt, the Pirate team competed against teams from West Texas 
State, Tarleton State, Angelo Stafe, Texas Wesleyan, St. Edward's, and 
St. Mary's. 

At the Conference Meet, the big race was the mile relay, in which Luke 
Lucas, Harry Barthlow, Barry McBurnett, and Kearby Swofford captured 
first place with the winning time of 3:31.6. Other winning entries from the 
Pirate team were Swofford's 52.5 in the 440 yard dash, and Davis Blanton's 
first place tie in the high jump with 5' I I " 

Other Pirates who placed in the meet were Jay Stovali, second in the shot 
and discus, and fifth in the javelin; Blanton, second in the 330 yard inter- 
mediate hurdles; Clarence Wuthrich, second in the mile run; David Detweiler, 
tied for second in the pole vault; Bill Fling, third in the two mile run and 
fifth in the mile; Rick Horsey, fourth in the pole vault; McBurnett, fifth in 
the 220 yard dash; and Luke Lucas, sixth in the 220. The sprint relay team, 
Barthlow, Lucas, Swofford, and McBurnett, placed third. 



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Davis Blanton 



Luke Lucas 



Barry McBurnett 



Jay Stovall 



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Varsity Tennis Team 



Coached by Bill Me mitt, the Pirate tennis 
team took third place in the Big State 
Conference with a six-four win-loss record. 
Competing against teams from Texas Wes- 
leyan, St. Edward's, Texas Lutheran, St. 
Mary's, and East Texas Baptist, the Pirates 
won thirty-two matches and lost twenty- 
nine. Representing Southwestern were Rand 
Fuller, No. I; Rex Shepperd, No. 2; John 
Clifford, No. 3; Archie Milam, No. 4; and 
Jim Connell, No. 5. 



Coach Bill Merritt 







front row: John Clifford, Jim Connell, Rex Shepperd 

second row: Coach Merritt, Archie Milam, (Rand Fuller, not pictured) 






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Archie Milam 



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John Clifford 



Jim Connel 





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kneeling: Scott Fuller, Tom Madsen 

back row: George Smith, Pete Knowles, Garry Shelton, John Mastin 



Varsity Golf Team 



Second place in the Big State Golf championship tournament was taken by South- 
western. This game, won by Texas Wesleyan, was played at Olmos Golf Course in 
San Antonio. The Pirate team, coached by R. M. Medley, competed against teams' 
from East Texas Baptist, St. Edwards, Texas Lutheran, and St. Mary's University. 



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Pete Knowles 



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George Smith 



Tom Madsen 





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Garry Shelton 



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front row: Regin Tamez, Mike Jones, Bruce Edwards, Lynn Pizzitola, Robert Royer 

back row: Harry Crenshaw, Andy Lowery, John McMullen, Chuck Spiker, Bill Losak, George Warner 



Varsity Baseball Team 



Coach Myron Dees 



Participating in the Big State Conference, Southwestern's baseball 
team finished their season with a win-loss record of 5-10. Coached 
by Myron Dees, the Pirates placed a man on the All-Conference 
team and began the season with six returning starters and several 
promising college transfers. 

Considered a dark horse candidate for the conference title at the 
start of the season, the Pirates met with bad luck the latter part of 
the spring and completed the season with a 2-7 conference record. 







Lynn Pizzitola 



Jerome Davis 



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Johnny Johnson 



Andy Lowery 



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Robert Royer 

All-Conference 







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Harry Crenshaw 




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Mike Turner 



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all-intramural trophy: Pi Kappa Alpha 

top: Rormie Sandberg, Terry Furgiuele 

middle: Billy Lockett, Ronnie Hale, Clarence Wuthrich 

bottom: David Wallace, Mike Stephens, Les Crane, Bob Mann 



Men's Intramural 
Champions 



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football champions: Pi Kappa Alpha 

Pike-Phi homecoming game was stalemated at 0-0. Pikes took the championship on penetrations. 

All-Intramural Football Participants 

seated: John Hartig, Bill Magee, Martin McCall, Bill White, Hank Price 

second row: Rex Shepperd, Jim Clarke, Louis Bustamante, George LaFon, David Wallace 

back row: Cotton Smith, John Stover, Les Crane, John McMullen, Robert Chancellor, Mike Jones, Bill Bulay 




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basketball champions: Phi Delta Theta seated: Earl Dodgion, Jim Clarke, John Hartig 
standing: Amp Miller, Bill House, Robert Chancellor, George Allison, Ed Harris 




golf champions: 
Phi Delta Theta 

Marc Wichman 
Amp Miller 
George Lindsey 
Jill Bradford 




volleyball, track, 
baseball, tennis 
champions: Pi Kappa Alpha 
front: 

Terry Furgiuele 
Wayne Price 
Les Crane 
Jay Stova 
back: 

Clarence Wuthrich 
Richard Bassi 
Ronnie Sandberg 




swimming champions: Kappa Alpha 

kneeling: Jay Mead, Parker Davis, Angie Smith, John Robert Keller 

standing: Louis Bustamante, Mike Douglas, Jeff Silbreath, Doug Kenny', Bob Grayson 




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Delta Zeta: all-intramural trophy 

volleyball champions: tied with Independent Association 

front: Becky Dorsett, Judy Cole, Janet Summers, Clair Cobb, Carolyn Cochran 

middle row: Carol Ann Dowling, Nancy Pope, Mary Callaway, Alice Withrow, Judy Duce 

back row: Susan Smith, Betsy Hall, Mary Dunkin, Linda Cooper, Carol Shipp, Judy Bowyer 

Women's Intramural Champions 




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Sarah Walthal 

Tennis Singles 



Clair Cobb 

Golf 



Carol Shipp 

Table Tennis Singles 



volleyball champions, 
Independent Association 
tied with Delta Zeta 

Jan Lott 
Linda Zerr 
Claire Cole 
Ann Fowler 
Lynda King 
Ru+h Milisen 




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Kay Crossley 

badminton Singles 




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swimming champions, 
Delta Delta Delta 
kneeling: 

Mandy Weaver 
Claudia Brewer 
Tanis Gutowsky 
standing: 

Pam Williams 
Judi Kurth 
Julie Spring 
Lynne Griffin 



Bowling Team 

Judy Bowyer 
Janet Summers 




Tennis Doubles 
Bowling Singles 

Ruth Milisen 



Badminton Doubles 

Mary Kern 
Mary Standifer 




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Campus Community 




Faculty and Administration 




Dr. Durwood Fleming 
President 



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William Graves Blanton 

Vice-President, Development and Public Relations 




Isaac Joel McCook 

Vice-President, Finance 



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left: 

F. Burr Clifford 

Dean of the College of Arts 
and Sciences; Professor of 
English and Classics; A.B., 
B.D., A.M., Ph.D. 



right: 

John D. Richards 

Dean of the School of Fine 
Arts; Professor and Chairman 
of the Department of Music 
Education; Director of South- 
western University Choir and 
Choruses; B.F.A., M.M.Ed. 



bottom: 

William D. Swift 

Dean of Students; B.S., A.B. 
B.D. 



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Mrs. Martha M. Allen 
Dean of Women; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of History; A.B., M.A. 

John Vernon Berglund 

Dean of Men; Associate Profes- 
sor of Religion and Philosophy; 
A.B., B.D., A.M. 

3. Miss Marjorie Beech 

Assistant to the President 

4. Mrs. Kay Emond 

Program Director of the Union; 
B.S., M.S. in Ed. 

5. G. Alfred Brown, Jr. 

Admissions Counselor; B.S., 
M.Ed. 

Mrs. Mildred Gervasi 

Head Librarian; B.S., M.A. in 
LS. 




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1 . Howard A. Long 

Director of Admissions and Registration; A.B., S.T.B. 

2. Miss Agnes Luecke 

Assistant Librarian; B.S., B.S. in L.S. 

3. Mrs. Gene Saul Klein 

Recorder 

4. John Frank Hobbs 

Director of the University News Service; B.S. 




1. E. C. True 

Auditor 

2. Mrs. Linda C. Motheral 

Assistant Librarian; B.A. 

3. John Neal Stone 

Director of the Union; B.A. 

4. James Anderson Reid 

Director of Alumni Relations; B.S 




1. Floyd B. Lackey 

Campus Engineer 

2. Mrs. Jacquelyn N. Kreger 

Assistant Nurse; R.N. 

3. Al Layton Barrier, Jr. 

Director of Men's Residence Halls; B.A. 

4. Bobby Jennings 

University Store 

5. Miss Edith Elizabeth Williams 

Dietician and Supervisor of the University Commons 

6. Mrs. Lillian M. White 

Director of Laura Kuykendall Ha 



IC HOURS 

M-900AhI 

M-200PM 

M-700PM 




1 . Miss Charlotte G. Taylor 

Assistant Director of Laura Kuykendall Hal 

2. John D. Stover 

Ruter Proctor 

3. Mrs. Pearl C. Parsons 

Director of Sneed House 

4. Mrs. Lucile Loventhal 

Director of Kurth Hal 

5. Mrs. Ollie Harrison 

Assistant Director of Laura Kuykendall Hal 

6. Mrs. Mary V. Blanton 

Hostess of the University Guest House 




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Faculty 



College of Arts and Sciences 

1. Mrs. Elizabeth P. Beaver, 

Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages; A.B., A.M. 

2. Francisco Betancourt, 

Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages; B.A., M.A. 

3. Miss Patricia Bourland, 

Assistant Professor of German; B.A., M.A. 

4. Mrs. Corre Berry, 

Assistant Professor and Acting Chairman of the Department of Physics; 
B.A., M.A. 

5. Gordon E. Burks, 

Instructor in Education; B.S., M.Ed. 




1. J. Manuel Sanchez de Bustamante, 

Assistant Professor of Spanish; B.L., B.S., D.L. 

2. Jim Lewis Bridges 

Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Administration; A.B., 
M.A., C.P.A. 

3. John Barnes Chapman „ 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics; B.S., M.A. 

4. Jeff H. Campbell 

Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of English; 
A.A., B.A., B.D., Ph.D. 




175 



1. Adrian Bolton Cooley, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of Physics; B.A., M.A. 

2. Miss Mary Elizabeth Fox 

Associate Professor of Government; B.A., M.A. 

3. Mrs. Irene Whiteside Deupree 

Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of Home 
Economics; B.S., A.M. 

4. Judson Samuel Custer 

Professor of Education and Psychology; Chairman of the Department 
of Education; B.M., M.M., Ed.D. 

5. Miss Joanna Flint 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education; B.S., M.S. 




Gerald D. Everett 

Instructor of Chemistry; B.S. 

Myron H. Dees 

Associate Professor of Physical Education; B.S., M.Ed. 

Charles Thomas DeShong 

Assistant Professor of English; B.A., M.A. 

Mrs. Barbara Gibbs 

Instructor of Sociology; B.A., M.A. 

Eb Carl Girvin 

Professor and Chairman of the Department of Biology; Chairman of 
the Division of Natural and Applied Sciences; A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 




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177 




1. William Douglas Hooker 

Associate Professor of Psychology; Chairman of the Department of Psychology; 
A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

2. John Hull Hummel 

Assistant Professor of French 

3. Frederick Ernest Gaupp 

Professor of History and Government; Humanistic Gymnasium, Ph.D. 

4. George C. Hester 

Professor, retired, the Lucy King Brown Chair of History; A.B., A.M., LL.D. 

5. Joe Paul Foor 

Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy; Chaplain; B.A., B.D. 

6. Thomas P. Jones 

Professor of Education and Elementary Education Science; B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D. 



178 






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1. Edwin M. Lansford 

Associate Professor of Biochemistry; B.A., B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

2. Sherman D. Lesesne 

Professor and Chairman of the Department of Chemistry; B.S., A.M., Ph.D. 

3. Frank Edward Luksa 

Professor and Chairman of the Department of Sociology; A.B., Ph.D. 

4. Mrs. Jane Brown McCook 

Assistant Professor of English (part time); B.A., A.M. 

5. William B. Jones 

Professor, The Lucy King Brown Chair of History; Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of History and Government; B.A., B.D., Ph.D. 

6. Mrs. Elizabeth Riley Lundblad 

Associate Professor of Economics and Business Administration; B.S., A.M. 



179 




1 . William Lee Merritt 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education; B.S., M.S. 

2. Mrs. Anne Maring Morris 

Assistant Professor of English; B.A., M.A. 

3. Randolph M. Medley 

Director of Athletics; Professor and Chairman of the Department of 
Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; A.B., A.M. 

4. Ludwig Herman Merzbach 

Professor and Chairman of the Department of Economics and Business 
Administration; Doctor of Economics and Political Science 

5. Wendell Lincoln Osborn 

Associate Professor of Psychology; B.M., M.M., Ph.D. 



180 



1. John Nelson Russell Score, II 

Professor of Religion and Philosophy; A.B., B.D., Ph.D. 

2. Norman Woods Spellmann 

Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy; A.B., B.D., Ph.D. 

3. Robert L Soulen 

Lillian Nelson Pratt Professor of Chemistry; B.A., Ph.D. 

4. Raymond C. Robak 

Assistant Professor of Economics; B.A., M.A. 

5. Mrs. Lois Wilson Parker 

Assistant Professor of English; B.S. in Ed., M.A. 




181 



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182 




1. Edmund Howard Steelman 

Professor, The Bishop Seth Ward Chair of Bible and Religion; Chair- 
man of the Department of Religion and Philosophy; Chairman of the 
Division of Humanities; Th.B., B.S. in Ed., S.T.B., S.T.M., S.T.D. 

2. Mrs. Ann Baugh Tipton 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry; B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

3. Miss Mary Elizabeth Wilcox 

Associate Professor of Mathematics; A.B., A.M. 

4. Harvey D. Watts 

Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy; Director of Town 
and Country Work; A.B., B.D., A.M. 

5. Ralph Martin Whitmore 

Professor and Chairman of the Department of Mathematics; A.B., 
A.M., Ph.D. 





Gordon Bloomfield Wolcott 

Professor of Biology; B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

2. Mrs. Sari+a Soto Zajicek 

Professor of Education; A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

School of Fine Arts 

3. Dallas Edwin Heenan 

Assistant Professor of Piano and Low Strings; B.M., M.M. 

4. Thomas Claire Douglass 

Professor and Chairman of the Department of String Instruments; 
B.Mus, M.Mus. 

5. Claude L. Kennard 

Assistant Professor of Art; B.A., M.A. 

6. Miss Drusilla Huffmaster 

Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of Piano; 
Artist-in-residence 2. 




183 



1. R. Cochrane Peniclc 

Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of 
Organ and Sacred Music; A.B., Certificate in Organ, Julliard 
School of Music; Sac.Mus.M. 

2. George E. Nelson 

Director of the Band; Associate Professor of Instrumental 
Music Education, Woodwinds, Brass, and Percussion Instru- 
ments; B.M.Ed., M.Mus. 

3. Robert L. Lancaster 

Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of 
Art (Sculptor); B.F.A., M.A. 

4. Floyd Ellsworth Peterson 

Margaret Root Brown Professor of Fine Arts; B.M., S.M.M., 
A.M., Ph.D. 




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!. Francis Lewis Woodward 

Assistant Professor and Chairman of the Department of Voice; 
B.M., M.M.Ed. 

2. Mrs. Louise Toth 

Instructor in Voice 

3. Jon Donnel Wink 

Assistant Professor of Art; B.F.A., M.F.A. 

4. Roland Angus Springer 

Professor and Chairman of the Department of Drama and Speech; 
A.B., A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

5. Gerald K. Touslee 

Assistant Professor of Music; Conductor of the Sinfonietta 




Tony Briggs 
March 24, 1967 



In Memoriam 

Christopher Anthony Briggs 
Dan Newton Rea 




Tony Briggs was a junior eco- 
nomics major from Dallas. He 
was a member of Phi Delta 
Theta fraternity. 



Dan Rea 
May I, 1967 



Dan Rea was a sophomore 
from Dallas. He was a sociol- 
ogy major and a member of Pi 
Kappa Alpha fraternity. He 
participated in intermural 
football, volleyball and bas- 
ketball. 




1 




OFFICERS: Ronnie Croom, president; Libby Cowen, secretary; 
Billy Pollard, vice president 



Senior Class 



187 



Kathryn Pryor Alger 

Houston 

Elementary Education 
Alpha Delta Pi — recording secre- 
tary, gift mart; WRA council; NEA 



Harris Wayne Armstrong 



Hurst 

Chemistry 



Lucille Barnett Balderson 

Taylor 
Music 



Robert David Banker 

Wharton 
History 



Ronald Harold Bearden 

Dallas 
Biology 




Yusuf Tawfig Aranki 

Jerusalem, Jordan 
Drama and Speech 
Pi Kappa Alpha — sport captain; 
Senior Class Senator; Educational 
Affairs Committee Chairman; Mask 
and Wig Players; Pi Epsilon Delta; 
Spirit Committee; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities 



Linda Louise Arnold 

McAllen 

Elementary Education 
Delta Zeta — corresponding secre- 
tary; NEA; Union hospitality com- 
mittee 



Shirley Jean Ballard 

Carthage 
English 

Mask and Wig — business manager, 
vice president; Alpha Chi; Pi Ep- 
silon Delta; Pi Delta Epsilon 



Jack Neel Barbee 

Crockett 

Business 

Kappa Alpha; A'Capella Choir; 

Pre-Law Society 



Patricia Ann Bina 

Dallas 
Psychology 

Independent Association — publicity, 
social chairman, program chairman; 
WRA; Mask and Wig Players; In- 
ternational Club — president, publi- 
city, social chairman; MSM 



Courtney Lee Booth 

Bellaire 
Spanish 

Alpha Delta Pi — panhellenic dele- 
gate; LK house council president; 
Pi -Gamma Mu; NEA; WRA; Out- 
standing Spanish student 



Rebecca Lou Brown 

Ennis 

Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Pi — treasurer; Alpha 

Chi; WRA; NEA; SOU'WESTER; 

Distinction List; Union hospitality 
committee, dance committee 



Barry Alan Browne 

San Antonio 
Economics 

Pi Kappa Alpha — historian; MEG- 
APHONE — features editor, sports 
editor; Alpha Chi — president; Pi 
Delta Epsilon — vice president; Pi 



Gamma 
List 



Mu; Blue Key; Distinction 



Cynthia Ann Cater 

Temple 
Latin 

Zeta Tau Alpha — assistant historian, 
panhellenic delegate; Kurth house' 
council — treasurer; WRA; Band; 
Union Directorate, Publicity Com- 
mittee Chairman; Kappa Sigma 
Dream Girl 



Carol Beth Choate 

LaMarque 

Piano 

German Club; International Club; 

Delta Omicron — chaplain, warden 




Joan Elizabeth Bray 

Dallas 
English 

Alpha Delta Pi — junior member to 
executive committee, panhellenic 
delegate, rush chairman; Honor 
Council; LK president, treasurer; 
SOU'WESTER— editor, associate ed- 
itor; MEGAPHONE; WRA council; 
Student Life Committee; Pi Delta 
Epsilon secretary; Distinction List; 
Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities; Miss Southwestern 
Nominee; Cardinal Key — president 



Sherry Ann Brown 

Odessa 

Religion 

AWS president; Honor Council; 

Union publicity committee; Austin 

College 1963-1965 



Kenneth Alton Burke 

San Antonio 

History 

Band; Pre-Law Society 



Robert Staton Chancellor 

Dallas 

Chemistry 

Phi Delta Theta — president; Science 

Society; MIFC; Distinction List 



Carol Ann Cockrell 

San Antonio 

English 

Delta Delta Delta — social chairman, 

panhellenic delegate; AWS social 

chairman; SOU'WESTER; Cardinal 

Key; Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl; 

Union dance committee 



189 



Delryn Rae Fleming Cookston 

San Angelo 
English, Religion 

Delta Ze+a — parliamentarian, pledge 
trainer; Spirit Committee; WRA; 
MSM — committee chairman; As- 
sembly Committee; Union forum 
committee; AWS — secretary; LK 
house council; Cardinal Key — vice 
president 



Elizabeth Cecile Cowen 

Midland, Louisiana 
Elementary Education 
Delta Delta Delta — chaplain, mar- 
shall; NEA; Senate; Miss South- 
western Nominee; Sneed House 
President; Senior Class Secretary; 
LK house council treasurer; AWS — 
treasurer 



Althea Dee Chapman Crow 

Hewitt 
English 

Delta Delta Delta — assistant treas- 
urer, pledge trainer, president; 
Mask and Wig; WRA; NEA; Union 
dance committee, hospitality com- 
mittee; Kurth house council; AWS 
Council; Homecoming Queen; 
Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities 



Grace Marie Evans 

Houston 
Art- 
Delta Zeta — rush chairman; Art As- 
sociation; NEA; Union publicity 
committee; Homecoming Queen 
Nominee 



Martha Rose Fischer 

Kingsvi lie 
Chemistry 

Delta Zeta — magazine and endow- 
ment, song leader, senate repre- 
sentative; Senate secretary; Kurth 
House Council president; AWS 
Council; Delta Zeta Beauty; A'Ca- 
pella Choir. 




Ronald Roy Cookston 

Tyler 

Psychology 

Blue Key; Distinction List; MSM 
president; SCA president; Assistant 
to Chaplain; Religious Life Com- 
mittee; Union special events com- 
mittee 



Ronald Carol Croom 

Houston 
Psychology 

Pi Kappa Alpha — rush chairman; 
Senate; SCA Council; Student Wel- 
fare Committee Chairman; Athletic 
Committee; Track; Mood Hall 
house council 



Nelda Ruth Day 

Baytown 

Music Education 

Delta Delta Delta — librarian, record- 
ing secretary, soTig leader; A'Capel- 
la Choir; Pirettes; SCA — recording 
secretary; Delta Omicron warden, 
librarian; Union hospitality, dance 
and special events committees 



David Lloyd Fagan 

Houston 

English 

Phi Delta Theta — vice president 



Richard Edwin Fleming 

Dallas 
Chemistry 

Phi Delta Theta; Union dance com- 
mittee; Alpha Chi; Distinction 
List; Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities 



190 



Ann Elizabeth Fowler 

Houston 

English, History 

Pi Delta Epsilon; Southwestern 

Magazine 



Vance Leslie Frosch 

Midland 

History 

Independent Association 



Fred Goode 

Jarrell 
Art 



Jerry Manning Hallman 

Wills Point 
Biology, Chemistry 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Senate; Orienta- 
tion Leader; Pi Gamma Mu presi- 
dent; Pi Delta Epsilon; Blue Key; 
Science Society president; Dis- 
tinction List; Honor Council; Union 
Governing Board, Directorate; 
Southwestern Magazine 



Betty Ann Hardt 

Beaumont 
English, Latin 

Zeta Tau Alpha — social chairman, 
rush chairman; Union president, 
hospitality committee chairman; 
Panhellenic; Sneed house council; 
Orientation Leader; Cardinal Key 
— historian; Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities; Miss 
Southwestern; Distinction List; Out- 
standing Senior Woman 




Mary Dianne Frazer 

Bellaire 

Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Pi — program chairman, 

registrar; WRA; NEA; A'Capella 

Choir 



William Andreas Germer 

Refugio 
Psychology 

Phi Delta Theta — alumni secretary, 
vice president, chorister, scholar- 
ship; Senate; Honor Council 
Chairman; Band; Union dance, 
forum committees chairman; Alpha 
Chi; Blue Key; SCA treasurer; 
Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities; W. H. Atwell Stu- 
dent Citizen Award 



Robert Allen Haas 

Moody 

Speech 

Independent Association; Mask and 

Wig; Pi Epsilon Delta 



Lamar William Hankins 

Port Arthur 

Sociology 

Ruter House Council; Megaphone; 

Distinction List; MSM 



Nancy Kathleen Munson 
Harlan 

Lockhart 
Music 
A'Capella Choir 



191 



Timothy Sutherland Hayden 

Harlingen 

History 

Kappa Sigma — president; Pre-Lav 

Society; MIFC — president 



Constance Hinshaw 

Bellaire 
Spanish 

Delta Delta Delta — treasurer, his- 
torian; WRA; Pi Gamma Mu; Dis- 
tinction List; Union hospitality com- 
mittee; Spirit Committee 



Jo Anne Horeczy 

Baytown 

Music Education 

Delta Delta Delta 



Thomas Spradley Jeter 

Ennis 

Biology 

Phi Delta Theta 



Lynda Gay King 

Bandera 
Biology 
German Club; WRA — Volleyba 




Elizabeth Roan Hearn 

Lake Jackson 

Psychology 

Delta Delta Delta — song 

sponsor chairman; A'Capell 

Union president, special 

committee; Senate — liason 

tee 



leader, 

a Choir; 

events 

commit- 



Deanna Kay Holm 

Pecos 

Music Education, Voice 
Zeta Tau Alpha — song leader; 
WRA; Pirettes; A'Capella Choir; 
Delta Omicron — secretary, vice 
president; Union hospitality com- 
mittee 



William Morris House, Jr. 

Bryan 

Economics 

Phi Delta Theta — assistant treasurer, 

alumni secretary; Homecoming 

Committee 



Michael Allan Jones 

Pasadena 

Business 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Basebal 



Howard Merritt Knowles 

Uvalde 

Business 

Phi Delta Theta; Golf; Lettermen's 

Association — president 



192 



Elizabeth Lee 

Corsicana 

Biology 

Alpha Chi; Science Society; 

Southwestern Magazine 



Hugh Gordon Leffler 

Georgetown 
Business 

Pi Kappa Alpha — president, vice 
president, secretary; Megaphone; 
Blue Key; Senate — president, treas- 
urer; MIFC — president; Freshman 
Class President; Sophomore Class 
President; Union Directorate; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities 



Philip Hokkhing Lie 

Medan, Sumatra, Indonesia 
Chemistry, Biology 
International Club 



Martha Jean Loftin 

Houston 

Elementary Education 

Delta Zeta; WRA 



Lee Ann Emmic'k McClatchy 

Florence 
Music 




Larry Joe Lee 

Dallas 

Psychology 

Ruter House Council; Megaphone 



Sharon Kay Leonard 

Brownsville 

Elementary Education 
Delta Delta Delta; Union hospital- 
ity committee; Spirit Committee 
NEA; WRA 



George Taylor Lindsey 

Midland 
Drama 

Phi Delta Theta; Mask and Wig- 
business manager 



William Joseph Losak 

Bellmead 

Physical Education 

Basketball 



Leland Emerson McCleary 

Houston 
English 

Band; Southwestern Magazine — po- 
etry editor, editor-in-chief; Mega- 
phone; Pi Delta Epsilon — president; 
Distinction List 



193 



Robert Marshall 
McConathy III 

Beaumont 
Psychology 

Pi Kappa Alpha — chaplain, corre- 
sponding secretary; Honor Council; 
Ruter House Council — president; 
MSM — treasurer 



Patricia Ann McGuire 

Austin 
English 

Delta Zeta — parliamentarian, activi- 
ties, president; WRA; Union hos- 
pitality committee; AWS Council 



John Henry McMullen, Jr. 

Weslaco 
Religion 

Pi Kappa Alpha — social chairman, 
chaplain, pledge trainer, sports 
captain; Junior Class Senator; Stu- 
dent Welfare Committee Chairman; 
SCA Council; Baseball; Pi Delta 
Epsilon; Megaphone; Sou'wester; 
Blue Key; Athletic Committee; 
Outstanding Ministerial Student 



Judy Melissa Mayfield 

Waco 

English 

Zeta Tau Alpha — president; Science 

Society 



Mary Patricia Moffitt 

Wichita Falls 
Physical Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha — historian, sports 
captain, panhellenic; WRA Coun- 
cil 




Joseph Henry McCorkle 

Sulphur Springs 

Drama 

Kappa Sigma; Mask and Wig 



Janice Marie Mclntyre 

Navasota 
Economics 

Alpha Delta Pi — recording secre- 
tary; Pi Gamma Mu — vice president; 
Kurth House Council — president; 
AWS Council; WRA 



Georgia Ruth Risner 
Malone 

Georgetown 
Secretarial Science 
Pi Gamma Mu; Decorations Hon- 
ors Committee; Secretary to Dean, 
College of Arts and Sciences, since 
I960 



Susan Elizabeth Mims 

San Antonio 
Piano 

Delta Delta Delta — assistant treas- 
urer, fraternity education; Delta 
Omicron — secretary; Band; Orches- 
tra; Miss Southwestern Nominee; 
Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities 



Patricia Ann Morgan 

Houston 

Elementary Education 

Phi Mu 



194 



Jonathan Lee Morrison 

Houston 

Biology, Chemistry 
Independent Association; Speleo- 
logical Society; Union Directorate, 
movies committee chairman; Dis- 
tinction List 



Lillian Ann Nicholson 

Dilley 
Sociology 

Independent Association — program 
chairman, publicity chairman; Al- 
pha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu; Distinc- 
tion List 



Allan Ray Persky 



Bartlett 
Business 



Maetha Kay Pierce 

Fort Worth 
Elementary Education 
Delta Delta Delta — recommenda- 
tions chairman; panhellenic; WRA; 
Union publicity committee; Spirit 
Committee; NEA — publicity chair- 
man; All School Beauty; Kappa 
Alpha Rose 



Nancy Frances Pope 

Granger 

Elementary Education 
Delta Zeta — scholarship chairman; 
AWS — vice president; Kurth House 
Council — secretary; WRA; Distinc- 
tion List; NEA; Alpha Chi; Cardi- 
nal Key 




Nancy Ann Naegelin 

New Braunfels 
Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Pi — assistant rush 
chairman; WRA; Union special 
events committee; NEA — secretary, 
membership award; Distinction 
List 



John Phillips Ozmun 

Houston 
History 

Kappa Alpha — IX, vice president, 
pledge trainer, president; MIFC — 
president; Union Governing Board, 
vice president, special events com- 
mittee chairman; Baseball; Pi 
Gamma Mu; Blue Key; Honor 
Council; Pre-Law Society; Orienta- 
tion Leader; Distinction List; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and 
Universities; Outstanding Senior 
Man 



Robert Kenneth Peters 

Copperas Cove 
History, English 
Alpha Chi; Distinction List 



Billy Howard Pollard 

Houston 
Business 

Phi Delta Theta — president, pledge 
master, alumni secretary; MIFC — 
president; Senior Class Vice Pres- 
ident; Golf; Union forum Com- 
mittee; Pre-Law Society — president 



Frances Ann Poulson 

Beaumont 

Elementary Education 
Alpha Delta Pi — historian, faculty 
chairman; Sou'wester — organizations 
editor, classes editor; Spirit Com- 
mittee; WRA — archery; Union spe- 
cial events committee; Young Re- 
publicans; NEA — committee chair- 
man 



195 



Robert Craig Pryor 

Bay+own 
Accounting 

Kappa Alpha — song leader, treas- 
urer; Union publicity committee; 
A'Capella Choir 



John Woodham Raish 

La Porte 
History 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



Amanda Raphael 

Aberdeen, Mississippi 

English 

Mississippi State 

Women, 1963-1966 



College for 



Louise Retzlaff 

Elgin 

Elementary Education 

Delta Zeta — courtesy 

publicity, rush chairman, 

secretary, beauty; House Council; 

NEA — president; Cardinal Key — 

treasurer; Distinction List; Alpha 

Chi 



chairman, 
recording 



Ernest Lee Rister, Jr. 

Granger 
Chemistry 




Mary Ann Quillian 

Waco 

Elementary Education 

Phi Mu 



Jack Roberts Ramsey 

Dallas 

Business 

Phi Delta Theta 



Donna Frances Reid 

Huntsville 
English 

Alpha Delta Pi — program chairman, 
reporter-historian, standards chair- 
man; Senate; Pi Delta Epsilon— 
treasurer; Cardinal Key; Distinction 
List; Band; Orchestra; WRA; Union 
special events committee; Orienta- 
tion Leader; Miss Southwestern 
nominee; MEGAPHONE— society 
editor, fine arts editor, editor; 
Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities 



Patsy Ann Renfro 

Bay City 

Elementary Education 

Delta Zeta — social chairman, pan- 

hellenic delegate; NEA; A'Capella 

Choir; Cheerleader; Senior Class 

Secretary; Orientation Leader; 

Who's Who in American Colleges 

and Universities 



Pamela Ann Rozelle 

Sugar Land 

Music Education, Piano 
Alpha Delta Pi — vice president, ac- 
tivities chairman; Delta Omicron — 
vice president, pledge trainer; 
Homecoming ueen Nominee 



196 



Dennis Eric Schnaufer 

LaMarque 
Religion 

Pi Kappa Alpha — Shield and Dia- 
mond correspondent, alumni secre- 
tary, chaplain; Ruter House Coun- 
cil; Pi Gamma Mu; Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon; Pre Ministerial Association; 
MEGAPHONE— religion editor, 
cartoonist, reporter 



Rex Melvin Shepperd 

Navasota 
Biology 

Kappa Alpha — historian; Spanish 
Club; Speleological Society- — presi- 
dent; Tennis 



Emilie Frances Sralla 

Weir 

Elementary Education 

NEA 



Sheila Stewart 

LaMarque 
History 

Sneed House Council — secretary; 
LK House Council; Orientation 
Leader; Union hospitality commit- 
tee; Pi Delta Epsilon; Pre Law So- 
ciety; Young Republicans; SOU' 
WESTER — personalities editor; Spir- 
it Committee 



Edwin Lee Summers 

Baytown 
History 

Phi Delta Theta 




John Henry Seale 



Del Rio 

Chemistry 

Pi Kappa Alpha — alumni secretary, 
corresponding secretary, Parent's 
Club secretary; Union dance com- 
mittee 



Mary Aubra Shirley 

Houston 
Mathematics 

Alpha Delta Pi — president, corre- 
sponding secretary; Union Director- 
ate, hospitality committee chair- 
man; WRA — archery; AWS — cor- 
responding secretary; Orientation 
Committee — secretary; NEA — treas- 
urer; Cardinal Key — secretary; 
Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities 



Walter Michael Stephens 

Bellaire 

Accounting, Economics 
Pi Kappa Alpha — treasurer, house 
manager; MEGAPHONE; Blue Key 
— president; Senate — vice presi- 
dent, Sophomore Senator; Union 
Directorate, Governing Board; Ten- 
nis 



John Doyle Stover 

Corsicana 
Chemistry 
Phi Delta Theta; Pi Gamma Mu 



John Alvin Swartz, Jr. 

Stillwater, Oklahoma 
Economics 

Phi Delta Theta 



197 



Regino Tamez, Jr. 

Waxahachie 
Physical Education 

Baseball 



Charles Douglas Tipton 

Weslaco 

Music 

Pi Kappa Alpha; A'Capella Choir; 

Band; Orchestra 




Carol Ann Tillotson 

Rotan 

Elementary Education 

AWS Council; NEA — vice president 



David Walton Tutt 

Waco 
Sociology 

Pi Kappa Alpha — recording secre- 
tary, scholarship chairman; Fresh- 
man Class Vice President; Sopho- 
more Class Vice President; Union 
special events committee; Pi Gam- 
ma Mu; Science Society; Distinction 
List 



198 




Presentation of Outstanding Senior Woman and Man to Betty Hardt and John Ozmun by Dean William Swift. 



Philip Pei Wang 

Malaya 

Biology, Chemistry 
International Club; German Club; 
Science Society; Freshman Mathe- 
matics Achievement Award 



Janet Lucille Wilkinson 

Midland 

Elementary Education 

Delta Delta Delta 




Andres Dewayne Vanderghem 

Lima, Peru 
Biology 
International Club 



Marcus Ransom Wichman 

Lufkin 
History 

Phi Delta Theta — treasurer, histori- 
an, secretary; Pre-Law Society; 
Baseball; Letterman's Association 



Wanda Gene Zimmerson 

Brownsville 

Sociology 

Independent Association 



199 



Junior Class 



OFFICERS: 
Ronnie Hale, 
president 
Janet Bauman, 

secretary 
David Wallace, 

vice president 




Joann Adamson 

Bishop 

Martin Aleman 

Georgetown 

Jay Atkinson 

Houston 
Cindy Ayres 

San Antonio 



Jane Baker 

Houston 

Rick Bates 

Robstown 

Janet Bauman 

Odessa 
John Bear 

Crockett 



George Behrens 

Houston 
Gary Bird 
New York 
Jim Blakewell 

Fort Worth 

Robert Bohmfalk 

Del Rio 




m 




Danny Bosley 

Richland 

Judy Bowyer 

Houston 

Ann Bradford 

Houston 
Bill Bulay 

Seabrook 



John Bustamante 

Georgetown 
Ron Cantwell 

Hinsdale, Illinois 

Laura Cayton 

Livingston 

Ben Clendenin 

Dallas 



Claire Cole 

Bryan 

Judy Cole 

Tow 

James Colley 

San Antonio 
Jim Connell 

Fort Worth 



Linda Cooper 

Texas City 

Les Crane 

San Antonio 
Gayle Daniel 

Abilene 
Parker Davis 

Baytown 



Mark Dawson 

Corsicana 

Deanne Deaton 

San Antonio 

Chrissie Dickerson 

Dallas 

Earl Dodgion 

New York 



Norman Duren 

Beaumont 
Richard Edwards 

Uvalde 

Carla Elliott 

Brackettville 

Frank Estrada 

Floresville 



201 



Scott Flower 

Great Neck, New York 

Cherryl Fulton 

Dallas 

Gana Geldmeier 

Weimar 

Bill Gilker 

Dallas 



Chet Gutowsky 

McAllen 

Ronnie Hale 

San Antonio 

Lamoine Hall 

Fort Worth 

Pam Hays 

Freeport 



Terry Ann Hewell 

Nixon 
Ralph Holm 

Pecos 

Judy House 

Conroe 

Phil Hu+h 

Corpus Christi 



Vivian Ickes 

Georgetown 

Lenore Jackson 

Lytle 

George Jansen 

Dickinson 

Keith Kellow 

Houston 



Jerry Kothmann 

Corpus Christi 

Kirk Kuykendall 

Sugar Land 
Jim Lawrence 
Taylor 
Barbara LaQuey 

Odem 



Sudie Lewis 

Lampasas 
Phil Lindsay 

Bartlett 

Billy Lockett 

San Antonio 
Judy Lor+on 

Houston 




202 




Jan Lott 

Evanston, Illinois 

Jo Lynn Love 

Texarkana 

Eddie Lucas 

Pasadena 

Luke Lucas 

Houston 



Paulette Luther 

Houston 

Barry McBurnett 

Robstown 

Carolyn McConnell 

Houston 

Bill Magee 

Robstown 



Anne Maroneey 

Leander 

Holman Massey 

George West 

Charles Millikan 

Houston 

Mary Montgomery 

Houston 



Butch Moomaw 

Greenfield, Ohio 

George Morrison 

Alice 

Nancy Nichols 

Houston 

Sandra Patterson 

Georgetown 



Glen Paysse 

Galveston 

Lynn Pizzitola 

Houston 

Sandra Pretty 

Ardmore, Oklahoma 

Hank Price 

Fort Worth 



Rhonwyn Rathert 

Del Rio 

Harriet Lewis Rhea 

Killeen 

Pat Riley 

Rotan 
John Rister 

Granger 



203 



Linda Roediger 

Houston 
John Rust 

Houston 

Don Sampley 

Fort Worth 

Bernie Scharbius 

Rockdale 



Jakie Schrum 

Sugar Land 

Pat Scott 

Dallas 

Judy Seargeant 

Brackettville 
Terry Sherman 

Houston 



Linda Shult 

Columbus 

Bob Smith 

Dallas 
Fara Snow 

Houston 

Gary Spring 

Uvalde 



Sandra Starke 




Houston 




Dianne Stauffer 

Houston 


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Janet Summers 

Baytown 


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Patti Sumner 

Carrollton 


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Gene Terry 

Jefferson 

Mary Underwood 

New Lisbon, Wisconsin 

William Van Wyk 

Waco 

David Wallace 

Dallas 



Sarah Walthall 

San Antonio 

Jane Ann Wendt 

Midland 

Bill White 

Dallas 

Linda Zerr 

San Antonio 




204 



Sophomore 
Closs 



OFFICERS: 
Ronnie Sandberg, 
president 
Steve Jacoby, 

vice-president 
Kay Purdy, 

secretary 






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Amelia Alie 

Panama 

Jeanie Allen 

Waco 

Lynda Ansley 

Amarillo 

Emily Ruth Baker 

Chireno 



205 



Elaine Barnes 

Baytown 

Richard Bassi 

Houston 
Tom Beck 
Midland 
Janet Beinke 

Richardson 



William Bennett 

Arlington 
Richard Bilbie 
San Benito 
Gayle Blake 

Mercedes 
Evelyn Boone 

Houston 



William Borellis 

Falls Church, Virginia 

Richard Bost 

Georgetown 

Richard Bowen 

Houston 

Susan Bowyer 

Houston 



Bill Bradford 

Laredo AFB 
Olwen Broderick 

Luf kin 

Susan Brown 

Dallas 

Lucy Burton 

Midland 



Karen D. Campbel 

Texas City 

John Canafax 

Hamilton 
Marlene Carr 
Dallas 
Elaine Cassidy 

Waco 



Ed Cearley 

Houston 

Judy Chadwick 

Louisville, Kentucky 
Ernest Clark 
Round Rock 
Carl Clarke 

Dallas 




206 




Jim Clarke 

Dallas 

John Clifford 

Georgetown 

Carolyn Cochran 

Pasadena 

Connie Comingore 

Raceland, Louisiana 



Robert Conn 

Kirbyville 

Dana Cook 

Houston 

Harry Crenshaw 

Bryan 

Fleming Crim 

Waco 



Kay Crossley 

Houston 

Karen Curry 

Houston 
Doty Davis 

Lake Jackson 

Steve Davis 

Dallas 



Bill DeForest 

San Antonio 

Jim Denham 

Austin 

David Detweiler 

Houston 

Bill Dodge 

Houston 



Becky Dorsett 

Houston 

Kay Doughty 

Corpus Christi 
Suzie Doyle 

Houston 

Bob Dupuy 

Marshall 



John Fields 

Sonora 

Cynthia Forcha 

Mesquite 
Judy Franze 

Bryan 

Dennis Friedel 

Northridqe, Califo 



207 



Terry Furgiuele 

Houston 

Francine Furlow 

Houston 

Claire Goodwyn 

Cuero 
Diane Greer 

Houston 



John Grieneeks 

Midland 

Sidney Habelman 

Houston 

Genie Hackenjos 

Houston 



Betsy Hall 



Dallas 



John Hamilton 

Houston 
Bill Hardt 

Beaumont 

Noelle Harlow 

Waco 
John Harris 

Waco 



Nancy Harris 

Houston 

John Hartig 

Houston 

Judy Hartzog 

Bay City 

Preston Hicks 

Dallas 



Ben Hock 

Temple 

Carolyn Hooper 

College Station 

Cheryl Home 

Dallas 

Rick Horsey 

Houston 



William Huffhines 

Beaumont 
Kirk Huffman 

Garland 

Janell Hutchison 

Bryan 

Randall James 

Austin 




208 




Gail Jerrells 

East Bernard 
Clyde Jones 
Wharton 
Leana Jones 
San Antonio 
Mike Jones 
San Antonio 



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Barbara Kelly 


Houston 


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William Kessler 




Uvalde 


Sk- 


Pat Keyes 




New Braunfels 




Rankin Koch 



Lampasas 



Patty Jo LaCoke 

San Antonio 
Greer Lamberson 

Midland 

Marion Langdon 

Houston 
Leslie Lepear 

Waco 



Betty Lindner 

Beaumont 

Russ Longmire 

Conroe 

Andy Lowery 

Beaumont 

Susan McCanne 

Beaumont 



Karen McCart 

Denton 

James McConnel 

Bellaire 

Tom McDougall 

Randolph AFB 
Doug McGinnis 

Randolph AFB 



Margy McGonagill 

Austin 

Barbara Mallone 

Dallas 
Suzie May 

Houston 

Jay Mead 

San Antonio 



209 



Rosemary Meek 

Beaumont 

Darrah Meley 

Houston 
Janice Meyer 

Hebbronville 
Jane Micheal 

Gilmer 



Amp Miller 

Dallas 

Jan Miller 
Stephenville 
Connie Milligan 

Houston 

Sterling Neblett 

Houston 



Bill Olbrich 

Pasadena 
Mary Osborne 

Denver, Colorado 

Harriette Page 

Tarboro, North Carolina 

Beverly Palmer 

Houston 



William Paul 

Colorado City 

Lindy Pool 

Baytown 

Wayne Price 

Mineola 

Patti Proctor 

Beaumont 



Jerry Prothro 

Casper, Wyoming 
Harold Ramm 

Florence 

Marc Raney 

Lake Jackson 
Beth Reeves 

Wichita Falls 



Laura Rogers 

San Anqelo 

Ed Rounsaville 

Milford, New Jersey 

Ronnie Sandberg 

Austin 

Charles Settles 

San Antonio 




210 




Garry Shelton 

Georgetown 

Kenneth Shilkun 
Sugar Land 
Carol Shipp 
Dallas 
Chuck Sptker 

Houston 



Julie Spring 

Uvalde 

Diane Steinert 

Fort Worth 

Owen Stokes 

Houston 
Susan Stone 

Dallas 



Jay Stovall 

Houston 

Barbara Subt 

Sherman 

Kearby Swofford 

Houston 
Johnana Thames 

Kenedy 



Larry Thomas 

Dallas 

Margaret Vance 

Taylor 

Jim Wagner 

Overijse, Belgium 

Cornel Walker 

Randolph AFB 



Leslie Wallis 

Dallas 

Jan Whigham 

Pecos 

Brenda Whitsitt 

Waco 

Joyce Wileman 

Winnie 



Patsy Williams 

Dallas 

Paul Witt 

Ballinger 

Danny Wood 

Graham 

Buddy Zeagler 

Lufkin 



211 




Freshman Class 



OFFICERS: 
Andy McMullen 
president 
Zala Cox 
Jeff Dodson 




Helen Anderson 

Houston 

Tom Anderson 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Helen Andes 

Houston 



Marie Atlee 

Austin 

Lynn Aycock 

Trinity 

Reb Bacchus 

Georgetown 



212 




Carolyn Baer 

Houston 

Donna Barr 
San Antonio 
Buzz Barton 
Houston 
Grady Baskin 

Tyler 



Kent Basye 

Houston 

Mary Helen Bengel 

Denison 

Stewart Berlocher 

Houston 

John Bertschler 

Galveston 



Tommy Binion 

Houston 

Ken Bland 

Midland 

Harry Blaylock 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Bill Bostelmann 

Pharr 



Judy Bourland 

Dallas 

Louis Braden 

Houston 

Ann Brannon 

Shamrock 

Breck Breckenridge 

Midland 



Claudia Brewer 

Crowley, Louisiana 
Jeff Britton 

Houston 

Jim Brit+on 

Dallas 

Bonnie Brunson 

Houston 



Sharon Buckley 

Houston 
Marilyn Burke 

Lufkin 

Larry Burton 

Cleburne 

Luis de Bustamante 

Georgetown 



213 



Brenda Butler 

Houston 

Barbara Byard 

Galveston 

Mary Callaway 

Bellaire 

Karen Campbell 

Pasadena 



Peggy Campbell 

Channelview 
Gail Carter 

Abilene 

Sarah Cashin 

Austin 
Beverley Clark 

Edna 



Clair Cobb 

Beaumont 

Sandy Cole 

McGregor 

Bob Cox 

Dallas 

Zala Cox 

Schertz 



John Curry 

Pampa 

Eileen Custer 

Georgetown 

Joe Davidson 

Houston 

John Dillard 

Richardson 



Nancy Dobkins 

Houston 
Jeff Dodson 

Hamilton 

Kathi Donahue 

Houston 

Carol Dowling 

Houston 



Judy Duce 

Houston 

Debbie Durrett 

Dallas 

Jackalee Emond 

Georgetown 
Virginia Estes 

Midland 




214 





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Randy Evans 

Marlin 

Sheryl Farmer 

Irving 

Kathy Ferguson 

San Antonio 

Glenda Fikes 

Portland 



Steve Finger 

Corpus Christi 
Sharyn Finnegan 

Dallas 

Bill Fling 

El Paso 

Karen Fugate 

Colorado City 



Roy Fuller 

Baytown 

Kim Furstenwerth 

Dallas . 

Theo Gallier 

Richardson 
John Gamble 

Georgetown 



Betty Garvin 

Dallas 

Nancy Gentry 

Abilene 

Mary Ann Gibson 

Bellaire 

Edward Godwin 

Houston 



John Graham 

San Antonio 
Bob Grayson 

Midland 

Jud Graves 

Kermit 
Fred Griffin 

Piano 



'Lynne Griffin 

Odessa 

David Grimes 

La Marque 

Lisa Gumbert 

Houston 

Tanis Gutowsky 

McAllen 



215 



Barbara Hagman 

Elgin 

Sandy Hale 
San Antonio 
Sharon Hamric 
Lampasas 
Hanna Hannan 

Taylor 



Betsy Hansberry 

Houston 

Amanda Haralson 

Colmesneil 

Bruce Hay 

Texarkana 

Sherri Haygood 

Houston 



Cecille Haynie 

Houston 

David Heatley 

Beaumont 
John Hitz 
Dallas 
Kay Holmes 

Dallas 



Brian Hope 

Bryan 

John Hudspeth 

Austin 

Editha Hunter 

Kilgore 

Kent Hutton 

Dalhart 



Martha Irvin 

Freeport 
Sue January 
Bellaire 
Kathy Johnson 

Houston 

Johnny Johnson 

Piano 



Ken Johnson 

Houston 

Maribeth Johnson 

Austin 

Molly Johnson 

Houston 

Susan Josserand 

San Antonio 




216 




Gail Kaiser 

Taylor 

Karen Kalinowsky 

Houston 

Mary Kern 

Buchanan Dam 
Bob Kessler 

Uvalde 



Pat Kidson 

Houston 
Karen King 

Bandera 

Karen Kollatschny 

Schertz 

Steve Kreger 

Georgetown 



Judi Kurth 

Luf kin 

Grady Laster 

San Antonio 

John Lawrence 

Bryan 

Betty Jo Lett 

Denison 



Becky Lindsay 

Austin 

Dick Loudon 

San Antonio 

Ruth Ann Lowry 

Gonzales 

Tom Luccock 

Norman, Oklahoma 



Richard Luderus 

San Antonio 
Thomas Luke 

Houston 

Donna Lunsford 

Fort Worth 

Beverly McCall 

Baytown 



Linda Mcllhaney 

Georgetown 

Mark McKenzie 

Fort Stockton 

Sue Ann McLaughlin 

Austin 

Andy McMullen 

Weslaco 



217 



Kati McQuerry 

Dallas 

Floyd McSpadden 

Houston 
Kerry Madsen 

Cleburne 

Tom Madsen 

Laughlin AFB 



Judy Magann 

Oklahoma City, 
Oklahoma 

Mark Mahaffey 

Falfurrias 
Bob Mann 
Richardson 
Spencer Marrow 

Fort Worth 



Delia Mays 

Freeport 

Bernadine Mendieta 

Austin 

Archie Milam 

Sugar Land 

Scott Miller 

Midland 



Cynthia Ann 
Millichamp 

Houston 

Mary Beth Mims 

San Antonio 
Carol Moody 

Houston 

Gretchen Morgan 

Austin 



Toni Nelson 

Dallas 

Bob Nielsen 

Houston 
Lydia Ovitz 
Eagle Pass 
Jayne Paty 

Houston 



Lin Pearce 

Dallas 

Sadi Perron 

San Antonio 
Emily Perry 

Freeport 

Marcene Perry 

Atlanta, Georgia 




218 




Charles Porter 

San Antonio 
Wally Pou 

Cleburne 

Linda Powell 

Houston 

Will Reagan 

Beeville 



Jim Record 

Houston 

Ed Reynolds 

Dallas 

Grady Roe 

Devine 

Sandra Roland 

San Antonio 



Paula Rose 

Conroe 

Steve Rotsch 

Bryan 

Arnold Safarilc 

Thrall 

David Schroeder 

Houston 



Everett Schrum 

Sugar Land 
Margaret Seymour 

San Antonio 
Susan Shelton 

Dallas 

Ron Sheppard 

Houston 



Roy Shepperd 

Navasota 
Carolyn Shirley 

Texas City 

Tom Shook 

Dallas 

Bill Shull 

Houston 



Frank Smith 

Dallas 

George Smith 

Hearne 

Karen Smith 

Mercedes 
Sandra Smith 

Texas City 



219 



Susan Smith 

Wichita Falls 

Bob Snider 

Austin 

Sharon Somers 
Corpus Christi 
Robert Spradlin 

Houston 



Larry Stanberry 

Dallas 

Mary Standifer 

Austin 

Charles Starnes 

Canyon 

Shirley Stembridge 

Dallas 



Margaret Stokes 

Goldwaite 

Dennis Stout 

Houston 
John Sunley 

Sacramento, California 

Ellen Swift 

Bellaire 



Jim Swift 

Georgetown 
Pluma Talton 

Beaumont 

Anita Tate 

Houston 

Mary Ann Tate 

Justin 



Cindy Thomas 

Georgetown 
Susan Tipton 

Weslaco 

Thomas Tode 

Verona, New Jersey 

Bob Truitt 

Midland 



Don Underwood 

Dallas 

Ron Underwood 

Dallas 

Dewayne Varnadore 

Midland 

Jane Walley 

Lake Jackson 




220 





Phil Watkins 

Midland 

Mandy Weaver 
Corpus Christi 
Steve Wenger 

McAllen 



Mark Wernick 

Houston 

Jan Westervelt 
Corpus Christi 
Karen Wilkie 

Houston 



Jonathell Williams 

Richardson 

Pam Williams 

Houston 

Rosemarie Williams 

Longview 



Billy Tom Williamson 

Van 

Jim Wilson 

Georgetown 

Fred Winslow 

Waco 



Alice Withrow 

Houston 

Jane Woodman 

Houston 

Clarence Wuthrich 

Georgetown 



Shirley Yackel 

Houston 

Gay Zaumeyer 

San Antonio 



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Sou'wester Staff 



seated: Hanna Hannan, personalities 
Ann Bradford, student life 
John F. Hobbs, advisor 
Paulette Luther, organizations 
John Fields, photographer 
Gayle Daniel, student life 
Craig Bazar, athletics 
Chrissie Dickerson, editor 



standing: Pat Scott, faculty and administration 
Carolyn Cochran, greeks 
Claire Cole, classes 
Ron Cantwell, organizations 
Mary Dunkin, personalities 
Judy Gilzean, organizations 
Connie Milligan, greeks 
Judy Bowyer, athletics 

not pictured: Don Wink, advisor 

Sheila Stewart, personalities 

Frances Poulson, classes 

Kim Furstenwerth, organizations 

Jeff Dodson, faculty and administration 

Bernadine Mendieta, organizations 

Sandra Starke, personalities 



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As the year closes and faces turn toward the future, years of progress are seen 
to lie ahead. Southwestern has taken the initiative in bringing outstanding academic 
programs into practice. It is our hope that she continues to do so. We've tried to 
record the changing pace of life at Southwestern, events that you will want to 
remember. 

Sincere thanks are due too many people to name. In particular, appreciation is 
expressed to Dr. McCook for his interest and understanding; Mr. True for his ready 
smile and morale-boosting encouragement; Mr. Hobbs and Mr. Wink, our advisors, 
for their time and helpful suggestions which often saved us from disaster; Mr. T. Jones, 
the Taylor representative, for his help and patience; and all the staff members who 
devoted their time toward a successful yearbook. 




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